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Explaining cloud storage

Technology advances at such a rapid pace that it can be hard for consumers to keep up. Something that maybe didn’t exist as recently as a few years ago may already be considered obsolete, while some solutions that were on the periphery for years may suddenly become vital to how individuals and businesses operate.

Coming Soon: A new Big Bend hiking trail

Lone Mountain. Photo by C. Hoyt, National Park Service

Coming Soon: A new Big Bend hiking trail

Coming Soon: A new Big Bend hiking trail

Future park visitors will enjoy another opportunity to get up, get out and enjoy the wide-open spaces of Big Bend when work is completed on a new hiking trail next year. The Lone Mountain Trail will circumnavigate the base of Lone Mountain, an imposing feature just north of park headquarters at Panther Junction.

Exploring different backyard structures

Homeowners will likely come across structures like arbors, gazebos, pergolas, and even trellises as they wade through the variety of features they can incorporate into backyard plans. Photo from Metro Creative

Exploring different backyard structures

Designing an ideal backyard space requires forethought and an eye for style. Knowing which features to include in a yard often boils down to what homeowners want to achieve in the space. Will it be a relaxing oasis or a central entertaining focal point?

A Joyful Noise

Make a Joyful Noise, is a community crazy quilt that accompanied the Price Center’s Passages Show hanging at the Center through Jan. 22. Submitted Photo

A Joyful Noise

In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Price Center is again hosting a juried art show, for women artists only, From Challenge Comes Change. In addition, the center invites men and women to participate in its newest related community art project honoring women who have made a difference in their lives.

Superbells Coral Sun offers the garden flaming color

Superbells Coral Sun calibrachoa is making its debut this spring and bring the series to a whopping 42.

Superbells Coral Sun offers the garden flaming color

Superbells Dreamsicle is stunning in the complementary color scheme with Supertunia Bordeaux petunia.

Superbells Coral Sun offers the garden flaming color

Superbells Tangerine Punch has won a dozen awards from University of Georgia to Penn State.

Superbells Coral Sun offers the garden flaming color

Superbells Tangerine Punch looks dazzling in this basket combined with Heat It Up Scarlet gaillardia and Angelface Cascade. Photos by Norman Winter

Superbells Coral Sun offers the garden flaming color

Just saying the word Coral Sun warms the spirit and makes one forget the impending split of the Polar Vortex and plunge into a deep winter. Yes, Coral Sun conjures up a vision of a South Pacific sunset, sitting on a beach with an adult fruit drink with one of those tiny umbrellas.

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Above, Mana's Restaurant's Juarez combination — one cheese enchilada, one beef enchilada, a bean chalupa and a beef crispy taco served with fresh flour tortillas. Below, beef enchiladas dinner which comes with two beef enchiladas, refried beans, Spanish rice and flour tortillas. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo & Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Mana's Restaurant

Mana’s Restaurant located in the heart of Victory Gardens is a perfect neighborhood restaurant. 

Providing delicious Mexican eats since 1976, a meal from Mana’s doesn’t disappoint. 

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